Dyker Heights

Cops play jazz, read to kids at P.S. 127 Team Up event

The cops who walked into P.S. 127 on a recent Tuesday weren’t there to make arrests or reprimand truants. They were there to have fun. … Full Article

Anita Seminara praised as top notch educator

Anita Seminara, a Bay Ridge resident who taught math at McKinley Intermediate School for many years, died May 20 after a long illness. She was 85 years old. … Full Article

Treyger-McCreight race highlights Democratic divisions

The 46th Assembly District (AD) takes in parts of Bay Ridge and Coney Island, with the Belt Parkway serving as a connecting line between the two separate parts of the district. … Full Article

State Senate passes 22 bills to curb opioid crisis

Acting on a series of recommendations made by a special task force charged with investigating New York’s growing opioid crisis, the state Senate has approved a package of 22 bills aimed at combating the issue on several fronts. … Full Article

Noisy Friends Field visitors upset nearby homeowners

Deafening music, annoying whistle blowing and all sorts of other loud noises coming from Friends Field are keeping Borough Park residents up at night, according to Assemblymember Dov Hikind, who brought together residents, cops and officials from the Department of Parks and Recreation to ha … Full Article

Bay Ridge fan meets Tony winner at stage door

“Something Rotten” turned into something wonderful for Bay Ridge resident Marialana Ardolino after she and a friend took in a recent matinee performance of a Broadway show. … Full Article

Judge Gentile? Councilmember weighs his options

Term-limited Councilmember Vincent Gentile might not wait until the end of his tenure to move on to his next job, according to a new report. … Full Article

Doris Cruz elected to head Community Board 10

Community Board 10 has tapped a longtime, experienced member as its new chairperson. … Full Article

Bay Ridge brings back 1960s to attract Baby Boomer shoppers

Bay Ridge’s Third Avenue looked like Haight-Ashbury circa 1967 on Tuesday as a group of civic leaders turned back the clock on the shopping thoroughfare for a special event aimed at attracting Baby Boomers to shop there. … Full Article

Cucco announces run for assembly

The Bay Ridge political scene is starting to heat up with the announcement by Bay Ridge civic activist Kate Cucco that she is running for the New York State Assembly. … Full Article


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